Correcting The Look Of Crooked And Discolored Teeth

Posted on: 3 November 2016

Having great-looking teeth can boost your confidence levels and make you feel more attractive. However, you may feel that your teeth are a lost cause, especially if they have multiple major cosmetic issues, such as discoloration and crookedness. Nevertheless, there are dental applications that can fix these issues.  Discoloration If your teeth are discolored, they can be whitened using natural products, dental bleach, or veneers. Natural products such as baking soda and turmeric can polish away dental stains, while other substances, such as strawberries, contain chemicals like malic acid, which dissolves discoloration. [Read More]

Are Oral Piercings Safe For Your Dental Health?

Posted on: 3 November 2016

Even though oral piercings have been done for decades, there are still dental risks that are associated with them. Unfortunately, some people who have gotten piercings are unaware of those risks and end up suffering complications. To avoid those complications, it is important that you understand the potential risks and what you can do to lessen the chances that you will have problems. What Risks Are Associated With Oral Piercings? [Read More]

Cosmetic Dentistry: Simple Steps To Finding The Right Pro For You

Posted on: 21 October 2016

When celebrities flash their pearly whites, those mega-watt smiles are often due to cosmetic dentistry. Dental implants, veneers, and in-office whitening all take not-so-great smiles to the next level. If you want to join the ranks of the paparazzi-ready, find a cosmetic dentist who meets your needs. Check out these simple steps for connecting with a dentist who's right for you. List Your Needs Do you want a whiter smile? Is that it? [Read More]

What Is Tooth Resorption?

Posted on: 21 October 2016

Nearly everyone knows that cavities are a threat to the health of teeth, but you might be surprised to learn that there's another way teeth can be broken down. This disorder is called tooth resorption, and it can happen to anyone, regardless of their oral hygiene. Read on to learn more about tooth resorption, how it happens, and how it's treated. Unrelated To Oral Hygiene Tooth resorption is a process that's completely unrelated to your oral hygiene. [Read More]